This month Armitstead Barnett welcomed a Senior Property Agent to join the recently expanded team in the Ribble Valley office. The appointment sees Armitstead Barnett build upon a strong year of growth as we look to strengthen our presence in Clitheroe and across the Ribble Valley.
Rob Lloyd, an established local property agent, brings a wealth of experience with him, having spent over 14 years in the industry handling high-end sales.
Hannah Towers, Agency Partner of Armitstead Barnett commented, “We are delighted to bring Rob into our Ribble Valley team: he brings a wealth of local knowledge and relevant property experience to our branch and will be invaluable as the office grows, working alongside myself in high-end sales as we continue to strengthen our team in Clitheroe. “He joins Armitstead Barnett at an exciting time, after an extremely busy year where we have seen many buyers look to move to this part of the country.”
Armitstead Barnett’s Values:
“We are proud of our traditional values and working methods but over the decades have also adapted our business model with the times. What is clear is that our clients appreciate the breadth of services that Armitstead Barnett is able to provide, working across a number of different platforms to ensure that we offer a bespoke and tailored service to each and every one – whether a quirky character cottage – or large farm with hectares of land.”, Hannah said.
Rob’s role within the business will be to value properties and nurture them to completion: “I would like to think I am bringing fresh ideas to the business and have a real passion for the area,” says Rob, who will be working alongside Simon Wells, who specialises in the agricultural side of the business. “We make a great team,” adds Rob.
“With Rob joining our Clitheroe office now we not only have a strong rural surveying presence in the location, but a locally-based, property agent”, added Hannah.
Three Peaks Challenge:
Apart from the obvious tasks that come with starting a new role, one of Rob’s first challenges is personal! In July he is taking part in the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge – a 24-mile hike over 12 hours in aid of Age UK Lancashire who are currently fundraising to provide support for the elderly who have been forced into social isolation thanks to Covid-19. “The charity is close to my heart,’ says Rob, ‘as we all know people who have struggled, and continue to suffer over the past 12 months and can really benefit from the support that Age UK brings.”
Rob can be sponsored here https://bit.ly/3gndQuG – and his new colleagues at Armitstead Barnett wish him every success!